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Choosing a 1070 ti

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For 359$ it's fine enough, overclock the hell out of it and you'll have stock RTX 2070 performance

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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

For 359$ it's fine enough, overclock the hell out of it and you'll have stock RTX 2070 performance

Completely agree.

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19 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

For 359$ it's fine enough, overclock the hell out of it and you'll have stock RTX 2070 performance

I’m just making sure it doesn’t have some bad temps 

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Good price. I hate Gigabyte. I would find a Evga or Asus card. 

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7 hours ago, SSJGodemis said:

Good price. I hate Gigabyte. I would find a Evga or Asus card. 

You hate is not a compelling arguement

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I've read a lot of negative reviews on that card, but don't take me as a first opinion, read the reviews for your self and use your own judgement. I would suggest an EVGA card, EVGA has sales every Wednesday so you might be able to pick up a 1070ti or even a 1080, though it depends on what goes on sale.

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15 hours ago, Mugenjynn said:

You hate is not a compelling arguement

Thats fair. I should say that they have horrible customer service and RMA Process. EVGA is worlds better and worth the extra cost. Asus has a good warranty process as well just not as good as EVGA. 

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